Emmerdale actress Charley Webb shared a series of hilarious videos of herself and her son Buster.
The 31 year old actress, who plays Debbie Dingle on the ITV soap, can be seen competing against Buster, nine, in a cheeky voice-off.
But it’s all for a good cause and in aid of McDonald’s efforts to get more children reading with their Happy Readers campaign.
Charley starts off by saying: “So me and Buster have been reading Competitive Colin and we’ve been doing some voices.
“We want to know who you think is best, me or him.”
Charley's video then shows Buster doing an impression of David Walliams' infamous children’s book character, Competitive Colin.
He says: “I’m the only person to become first, second and third in the same race. That means I’m the absolute best.”
Then Charley says the same, but with a silly voice filter. Her Instagram followers are finally asked to vote which impression they prefer.
The videos are tagged as an ad for McDonalds and the hashtag #happyreaders. The Happy Readers campaign is offering books instead of toys in McDonald’s Happy meals.
In the UK this includes The World’s Worst Children, which includes Competitive Colin.
Charley has shared several posts about the campaign including a recent post showing her snuggled in bed with Buster with a book.
The star – who recently welcomed her third son – wrote in the caption how much she and Buster were enjoying the read.
The caption read: “A key part of our family bedtime routine is to cuddle up with a bedtime story. Buster’s favourite book is Vain Valentine by David Walliams as he finds the main character hilarious – as do I!
“You guys can get this book or a variety of other books from the World’s Worst Children collection free in your Happy Meal from now until October 15th, as part of @McdonaldsUK #HappyReaders initiative.
“Since the initiative started in 2013, 70m books have been distributed which is pretty amazing.”
Many of her followers praised her for spending time with her little one.
One person wrote: “Bedtime reading is best time enjoy every moment", while another said: “Bedtime reading is fab time for bonding in today’s busy world xx.”
A third praised" “You’re an inspiration Charley – you appear to be doing a fantastic job raising your family – there’s no right or wrong way – always do what works best for you. Nothing like quality time with your family!”
Many others commented on how alike the mother-and-son are. “How cute is he! He is your double as well,” wrote one.
“He is your twin!” wrote another. “Your little boy is your double, absolutely adorable,” wrote a third.
Charley has been playing Emmerdale stalwart Debbie Dingle since 2002.
She is married to her costar Matthew Wolfenden, who plays David Metcalfe, and they have three children together – Buster, Bowie and newborn Ace.
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